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* The news about perhaps paying for the convention center by taking money from various in-the-pipeline projects around the city has generated a lot of comment, not only here but in the form of a letter from Monty Hoffman of PN Hoffman to Chairman Gray in which he said that moving funds away from the planned redevelopment of the Southwest Waterfront "would be a horrific business, legal, and community tragedy for the city." And SWDC Blog is reporting this morning that Kwame Brown says the list in the original WBJ article was of all tax-increment-financing plans approved by the City Council, which might be a wider list than just projects from which funds could be diverted.
* Roll Call has a piece on the "slow-to-develop" Capitol Riverfront neighborhood: "Today, visitors to the stadium emerge from the Metro onto an almost empty street flanked by tall fences. Billions of dollars of real estate is planned for the area, but for now, it only offers a few half-empty buildings and the occasional fast-food restaurant." But there is this as well: "The buildings aren't all empty. BID estimates that about 1,600 people live in the area, leasing about half of the available apartments. Office buildings hold about 35,000 workers; Opus East, for example, has leased 50 percent of the units for its new building at 100 M St. SE." (Full disclosure: I'm quoted a few times.)
* On the flip side, a just-released CBRE report on the impact of the federal stimulus package on the DC and Baltimore region says: "The commercial real estate industry has begun to see an impact from the transportation-related stimulus activities. Government contractors are actively touring office buildings in the Capitol Riverfront submarket of Washington, DC, home to the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Transportation, for new growth related to stimulus-funded contracts. These tours are noteworthy as the submarket has seen limited interest over the first six months of the year as a result of the national and local economic recessions." We're also still waiting to hear which federal agency might be about to lease 100,000-sq-ft of space at 20 M, and whether Booz Allen Hamilton is taking 30,000 sq ft at 55 M or elsewhere in the neighborhood.
* And, if you saw a boat full of partying real estate professionals cruising up the Anacostia on Tuesday, it was the Urban Land Institute Washington's annual boat tour, which took the Odyssey from the Southwest Waterfront up to the Yards and then back toward Rosslyn and Georgetown.
* The news of the day gave the Republicans some trouble in the bullpen at last night's Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals Park. And the GOP's woes in Washington continued, with the Democrats winning the game for the first time in eight years, 15-10.
* I forgot to post this last week: M.L. Clark Real Estate, which negotiated the deal for the city to sublet 225 Virginia Avenue, is going out of business, says WBJ, with its two brokers moving to Cassidy & Pinkard.
* A reminder that this Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm is the Third Annual Ward 6 Family Day.
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05/14/20 
AP BOWER RETAIL LLC / null
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CHRISTOPHER D FRENCH / CHRIS FRENCH; HERCULES FENCE OF MARYLAND, LLC HERCULES FENCE OF
F2000461 / CONSTRUCTION
1. Removal and replacement of front metal fence and gate in kind.  2. Removal and partial relocation of existing 6' tall wood fence in rear patio. The fence is currently approx. 30" inside the rear property line, and we intend to move the fence to our rear property line. The work includes removal of existing wood gate that opens from neighbor's property to our property along shared property line ...
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AMENTUM / null
E2007609 / SUPPLEMENTAL
   
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BROOKFIELD PROPERTIES / MAHMOUD KHACHAN; NA
SB2000288 / CONSTRUCTION
Drill temporary eight soil borings to a depth of 80 each at the existing parking lot at 111 N Street SE, Washington DC. The diameter of the borings is 6 inches. The borings will be grouted upon completion in accordance with DCRA requirements as indicated in the work plan.
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GALLERY CAPITOL RIVERFRONT PROPERTY LLC / null
E2007563 / SUPPLEMENTAL
1275 NEW JERSEY AVE SE   
05/19/20 
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